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Cainta, Rizal, Philippines

Master of Arts in Education
English 214: Advance Grammar (2:00-5:00 PM)
Instructor: Dr. Crisanta Buri

Mr. Joseph U. Loraza

January 5, 2020

Create three contextualized 10-item tasks about simple tense, progressive or continuous
tense, and perfect tense integrating them to any of the language skills.

1. Simple Tenses
 Form a group with at least 7-10 members.
 The assigned leader will read the story aloud to his groupmates.
 Two or three members will take down 10 sentences in their simple present tense.
 The leader will then check the sentences (spelling and grammar).
 The leader will then pass the 10 sentences to other members.
 Two or three members will transform the sentences into simple past tense.
 Two or three members will transform the sentences into simple future tense.
 The output will be delivered and explain in front by the assigned person in each tense.
 The leader will conclude the activity.

Who is he? Where is he? What does he do?

Hank is a cowboy. He lives on a farm. He has a horse named Ginger. Hank loves Ginger.
He rides Ginger every day. Sometimes they walk slowly, and sometimes they run fast. They
always have a good time. Ginger is Hank's horse. She is light brown. Her tail and mane are dark
brown. She is three years old. She lives in the stable by the house. Ginger waits for Hank every
morning. She enjoys their time together. Often, Hank gives her apples. After long rides, Hank
always washes and brushes Ginger. He usually brushes her tail. Then he gives her food and fresh
water. Ginger loves Hank.
2. Progressive Tenses
 Let each student had a partner using a clock buddy.
 Instruct each student to construct 5 sentences that are answerable by “yes” or “no”.
 Partner 1 will ask the question he made to partner 2.
 Partner 2 will answer the question in complete sentences.
 The teacher must verify and filter the questions before the oral presentation.
 The teacher must also rectify vocabulary, spelling and grammar.
 The two will get the same score based on the total of sentences presented.

Sample questions: Possible answers:

“Are you sitting down?” “No! I am standing in front of you.”
“Are you feeling tired?” “Yes, I am so tired today.”
“Are your eyelashes moving?” “No! They are not moving.”
“Am I beautiful?” “Yes, you are beautiful.”
“For you, is Jared handsome?” “I think he is handsome.”

3. Perfect Tenses
 Let the students choose 10 questions below to answer.
 Answers must be in complete sentences using perfect sentences.
 Submit their output for checking.

1. Have you ever shot a gun?

2. Have you ever ridden an animal?
3. Where have you traveled?
4. What sports have you played?
5. Where is the best place you have ever been?
6. What’s the craziest thing you have ever done?
7. What interesting foods have you eaten?
8. What are some unique accomplishments you have done?
9. Have you ever screamed at someone in public?
10. Who is the greatest person you have ever met?
11. How long have you studied English?
12. What is the best and worst restaurant you have eaten at?
13. What have you done a lot this week?
14. What is the most exciting thing you have ever done?
15. What have you done too many times?
16. What is the longest you have been awake for?
17. Have you ever been on TV?
18. Have you ever driven or rode in a sports car?
19. Have you ever fallen asleep and when you woke up you didn’t know where you were?
20. Have you ever forgotten an important birthday?